With just a couple of hours remaining of January's transfer window, clubs will be making those last ditch reaches for phones and chequebooks, with this traditionally the time when those "from out of nowhere" deals rear their peak.
With Dimitar Berbatov's move to Monaco still yet to be confirmed, it is reported that Fulham are interested in taking defender Nicolas Isimat-Mirin. It is unknown whether the 22-year-old, who has been pursued by Newcastle in the past, or his manager Claudio Ranieri, would be open to a move, but the Ligue 1 club may have to comply if they wish to complete the signing of Bulgarian Berbatov.
Where Lee Cattermole ends up is anyone's guess, with Stoke and Sunderland seemingly putting out different noises as to what is happening. To confuse matters further, the players agent was pictured at the Britannia Stadium.
Liverpool's deal for Yevhen Konoplyanka looks like one that will go right down to the wire, with further interest in Tottenham's Nacer Chadli likely to be rebuffed by a team in direct competition for the Champions League places.
Fulham continue to push ahead with transfer business as John Heitinga is set to be the next arrival announced. The Everton man may end up joining on loan, with his Toffees contract due to expire in the summer, but there will need to be some negotiating with regards to the players wages if the deal is to got through.
Jonathan Pitroipa is still on the agenda at Stoke, with the Burkina Faso winger's chances of signing for Mark Hughes' men still being investigated.
He may be one of the names mentioned by Palace Co-Chairman Steve Parish, who earlier told BBC Radio 5 that the club were still pursuing three new signings. Scott Dann and Joe Ledley are two other players who had been thought to be on the cusp of signing.
Steve Parish says 3 deals still likely at Crystal Palace. No names but "maybe" in response to Dann, Ledley and Ince #bbcfootball— Ian Dennis (@Iandennisbbc) January 31, 2014
Arsenal have confirmed the signing of Swedish centurion Kim Kallstrom. The midfielder, who has over 100 caps for the national team, has joined on loan from Russian giants Spartak Moscow. The London club are due to announce their new player's squad number over their Twitter account.
Celtic have confirmed the signing of Wolves' striker Leigh Griffiths, with the forward joining on a four year deal.
Celtic are delighted to confirm the signing of Leigh Griffiths on a four-year deal. (MH) pic.twitter.com/GnskZQYDmo— Celtic Football Club (@celticfc) January 31, 2014
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